Professor at Tokyo Gakugei Univ.
As a professor at Tokyo Gakugei University, Yasuhiko Morimoto has conducted research in the areas of active learning, student reflection and their intersection with information and communications technology.
E-Portofolio and Moodle
As a professor at Tokyo Gakugei University, Yasuhiko Morimoto has conducted research in the areas of active learning, student reflection and their intersection with information and communications technology. Professor Morimoto has presented and published extensively on the topic of e-portfolios in higher education, and his talk will focus on the role Moodle can play in documenting learning for reflection and assessment.
Product Manager Moodle HQ (Australia)
Since 2017, Sander Bangma has served as the Open Source Coordinator at Moodle HQ. Most recently he has been overseeing the integration of H5P, the revolutionary content authoring platform, into core Moodle. His talk will discuss this initiative and what it means for Moodle users going forward.
H5P and the Future of Moodle
Sander will highlight the most important changes in Moodle 3.8, with a focus on the H5P integration and Moodle Forum updates. His talk will also review the key features for the upcoming release of Moodle 3.9, including what is in store to further expand on the H5P features in the platform. He will then look ahead in the Moodle LMS roadmap towards the plans for Moodle v4.
Martin DOUGIAMAS (via Skype)
Moodle Founder and CEO
Founder and CEO of Moodle, Martin Dougiamas is best known as leading the team of software developers at the heart of the Moodle project. Martin has a mixed academic background in Computer Science and Education, and his major goal for the future is to improve the quality of education by encouraging social constructionist and collaborative practices within online learning communities.
What is the Future Moodle?: Moodle 3.9, MoodleNet and the Roadmap Ahead
Martin will give an update about Moodle's overall roadmap and collaborative projects for 2020, as well as news about OpenEdtech.Global